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Hello Colleagues,

 

At SEAHO 2016 in Raleigh, we livestreamed 7 sessions.   A link to all 7 sessions and title/description of the sessions can be found below!

 

Session One: Wednesday February 24th from 2:00-3:00pm (Facilities Management)

Campus Housing Renewal on a Residential College Campus - The University of Miami

Following the adoption of the Housing Strategic Plan in 2014, the U of Miami has embarked on the first phase of a comprehensive housing renewal, designing new apartment and suite-style housing that will provide space so that existing residence halls can either be replaced or renovated. Named Ibis Village, this first phase will provide 2 new mid-rise and high-rise buildings with a combination of 1, 2, and 4 bedroom apartments and suites. The village will include a two-story Great Room, dining, classrooms, recreation space and functional courtyards. This program will also discuss the value of a comprehensive strategic plan, determining how common space types and how existing buildings can be renewed. With existing residence halls built in the 1950/60's and part of the historic fabric of this International style campus, integrating comprehensive renovations of existing buildings will be an important aspect as w! ell. Join us to learn more about this first exciting phase.

Presented by: James Smart, University of Miami

Bob Gunn, Clark Nexsen

Paul Brailsford, Brailsford & Dunlavey

Eric Moss, Ayers Saint Gross Architects

 

If you missed this session and want to view it, it can be found Here

 

Session Two: Wednesday February 24th from 3:45-4:45 pm (Practitioner Development)

Emotional Support Animals and You, Navigating the new landscape 

We have all heard of service animals but have you heard the term ESA? Want to learn more about how emotional support animals started showing up in our on-campus housing? Come learn more about Emotional Support Animals and how to handle these requests on your campus. This is a practitioner focused discussion that will bring several perspectives into the conversation. Presenters include a new housing professional, a mid-level professional, and a chief housing officer. During this session, participants will learn about the relevant federal laws surrounding Emotional Support Animals and what they mean for housing professionals. In addition, participants will learn how FGCU is handling the numerous ESA requests that have started to appear in our apartments and residence halls. 

Presented by: Sean Sukys, Florida Gulf Coast University

Fletcher Ferguson, Florida Gulf Coast University

Brian Fisher, Florida Gulf Coast University

 

If you missed this session and want to view it, it can be found Here

 

Session Three: Thursday February 25th from 10:00-11:00am (Crisis Management and Legal Issues)

Best of South Carolina: Turn Down for What: Addressing High- Risk Behaviors in an LLC

Alcohol abuse on college campuses remains a concern for universities due to its negative consequences. Rather than utilizing a “one size fits all” strategy, we tailored alcohol education programming to meet the needs of our community. We will discuss how we engaged key stakeholders to develop priority areas for action to reduce harmful alcohol use and develop a healthy LLC. Participants will be invited to share challenges and successes and leave with ideas for implementation on their campuses.

Presented by: Jake Hartfield, University of South Carolina

Nathalie Turrene, University of South Carolina

Theresa Harrison, University of South Carolina

 

If you missed this session and want to view it, it can be found Here

Session Four: Thursday February 25th from 11:00-12:00pm (Practitioner Development)

The Ultimate Seesaw Experience: The balance of being a Mid-Level Manager 

The transition to a mid-level position does not always have the same road map as was laid out during graduate school. The mid-level manager transition has many complex levels that must be explored from numerous angles. As a mid-level manager, you are often working to balance overseeing an entire area while also reporting directly to a Chief Housing Officer (CHO). If you are a current mid-level professional or are considering how to make this transition, this may be the program for you.

Presented by: Gavin Roark, Virginia Commonwealth University

Chandra Myrick, Florida State University

  

If you missed this session and want to view it, it can be found Here

  

Session Five: Thursday February 25th from 1:45-2:45pm (Assessment)

Professional Standards Primer

Join us for an introduction to both the updated ACUHO-I Professional Standards and Ethical Principles as well as the ACUHO-I Self-Assessment Guides.  In this session, attendees will also learn about utilizing these documents for an assessment of their housing programs. There is something for everyone: business management, education and programming, facilities, emergency response, ethical hiring practices, and so much more.  Learn the importance of standards to strategic and long-range planning, organizational/departmental structures, and daily decision-making..

Presented by: Kevin Jacques, University of North Alabama

Matt Bloomingdale, Georgia Institute of Technology

If you missed this session and want to view it, it can be found Here

 

Session Six: Friday February 26th from 9:00-10:00am (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion)

Capitalize & Connect: Exploring How Residential Programs can Impact the African American Male Experience

Join us for an introduction to both the updated ACUHO-I Professional Standards and Ethical Principles as well as the ACUHO-I Self-Assessment Guides.  In this session, attendees will also learn about utilizing these documents for an assessment of their housing programs. There is something for everyone: business management, education and programming, facilities, emergency response, ethical hiring practices, and so much more.  Learn the importance of standards to strategic and long-range planning, organizational/departmental structures, and daily decision-making.

Presented by: Tyris Gillis, UNC Chapel Hill

Curtis Jackson, Jr., NC State University

Qwen Ballard, NC State University

 

 If you missed this session and want to view it, it can be found Here

Session Seven: Friday February 26th from 10:15am-11:15am (Student Development)

Integrated Course Design for High Impact Educational Programs

Are you searching for a way to improve student learning and create meaningful workshops and programs?  Using the model of "integrated course design" (ICD) described by Fink (2003, 2013), this interactive workshop will introduce participants to an easy to remember curricular design model and a set of easy to use curricular and assessment tools for creating learner-centered workshops and programs for the students they serve. Participants will leave with a "can do" attitude and resources to enhance their overall skills in designing significant learning experiences for students.

Presented by: Virginia Koch, Auburn University

If you missed this session and want to view it, it can be found Here

 

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